Ineke Hans Studio

Working on products and projects feels like solving design sudokus, with many issues to fit in. Functionality, economics, poetry, sustainability, aesthetics, efficiency, psychology, technology, anthropology are just some.
Sustainable:
Of course we worry about our future environment, but we are also used to a certain luxury. We like to do good, but don't want to be bothered by it every moment of the day. Good Ecological things don't have to look eco, on the contrary to be really durable they have to do their job well for a long time and they can radiate luxury. From the early start Ineke Hans enjoyed puzzling to use materials as efficient as possible (flat sheet projects like Eat Your Heart out, Laser Chair, Double Dutch Aprons, Credit Card Cutlery) and worked with recycled materials and sustainable techniques (LED, the 'ordinairy furniture' collection, organic resins, recycled pet, Nabasco) and with cradle to cradle visions (Ahrend, Offecct). 

Chops, 2016 iH|collectionChops installation, 2016 BAL!Berit - collection, 2015 iH|collectionIsland furniture, 2015 private clientThe Drawer Table, 2015 ArcoN34 Furniture, 2014 Provincie DrentheThe Heart of Cito, 2011 CitoAhrend 380, 2010 Royal AhrendGEO soundpanel, 2010 OffecctExtra Ordinairy Seats, 2005 iH|collectionReminiscence Bench, 2005 Staatsbosbeheer & Triodos bankMagic Chair, 2002 SelfinitiatedBlack Beauties cars, 2001 iH|collectionBlack Beauties activity, 2001 iH|collectionBlack Beauties furniture , 2001 iH|collectionOutdoor Furniture, 2000 Staatsbosbeheer Ordinairy Furniture sets, 1997 iH|collectionPaulus, 1992 Selfinitiated